Headline “BELARUS” – Story “LOCATION-DEPENDENT”

In the midst of mass demonstrations raging across Belarus, the heads of state and government of the European Union took a united stance on...

Democracy under Fire

The attacks against independent media and an upcoming controversial referendum pose serious risks to the future of Turkish democracy, experts told a Vienna audience...

The European Narrative: EU & the Media

The state of the media in the European Union is under intense pressure, facing threats such as fake news and physical risk to journalists,...

Fractured Columns in the European Security Architecture

Security experts from around Europe sparred on the meaning and necessity of the OSCE at today’s DASICON panel, “The OSCE in the European Security...

Media Pluralism and Media Freedom Under Threat in Hungary?

Enshrined in the European Charter on Fundamental Rights and in the European Convention of Human Rights, media freedom and media pluralism are inadmissible elements...

Brexit Two Years On: Uncertainty in London, an Opportunity for the Western Balkans?

On June 23, 2016, European politics were shaken to the core by the United Kingdom’s decision to exit the European Union. Two years later,...

“We Should Never Give Up Hope”

For two years now, the refugee crisis has dominated the news. The European Union and UN agencies responsible for humanitarian aid have been...

More democracy than ever before?

The DASICON conference of the Diplomatische Akademie opened the afternoon session with a panel of practitioners and academic experts on the topic “Shrinking Democratic...

Gibraltar after Brexit: Where Will the Rock End Up?

The United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union last June, commonly known as Brexit, shocked not only the world, but also many subjects...

Rerouting to Europe

By: Julia Hütter (Guest Writer) The western Mediterranean sea route, which begins in Morocco and leads migrants on their perilous journey to Spain, has recently...

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